STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC The Floodwood student rebellion of 1972
March 16, 1972
Truant junior high pupils wave banners outside Floodwood School on March 16, 1972. Signs supporting the fired teacher appear along with the one shown second from left which says "Rid A... Posted on 9/20/10 at 9:26 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Charlotte/Char Kerelko, Port City Nominee
Charlotte or Char Kerelko was nominated by the Duluth Area Retired Educators Association for the Port City Woman of The Year. Char worked for Duluth Public Schools as a social worker for 26 years, usu... Posted on 5/5/10 at 1:38 PM
New York Mills scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, with pinch-runner Tyler Ehnert beating an infield throw home for the winning run, in a 6-5 victory over Floodwood tonight in a Class A high school baseball quarterfinal at the Mini-Met.
Though no cornfields with legendary players emerging from the stalks exist across from the Bernsdorf family home in Meadowlands, this field of dreams is a key reason why Floodwood High School’s baseball team is making history this week.
It was common for Cristyna Watson to run to Duluth to shop, said her mother, Laurie Snaza. That’s what the 25-year-old Floodwood woman was planning to do the last time Snaza saw her daughter on Sept. 8.
A Duluth man whom authorities identified as a Native Mob gang member is being held in the Carlton County Jail and is expected to be charged next week with the murder of a 25-year-old Floodwood woman, authorities said.
The Floodwood Business and Community Partnership members would like to share another perspective than the one presented in the front-page article Nov. 17 (right), “Tight economy pushes small town to brink.” Our community is not necessarily “on the brink.”
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